Grillstock, festival and opportunities

Grillstock is back this summer bigger, better and with a performance by Alabama 3 (who recently played at Trinity in an acoustic set which I missed). They have asked me to pass on this message about volunteering opportunities. See if you can be tempted by the following.

Grillstock 2012 is a two-day BBQ and Music Festival taking place at Bristol’s waterfront on Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July, celebrating the best of al fresco living with the UK’s biggest ever US-style barbecue competition, rib eating competition and chill eating competition.

Bristol Event Volunteers are looking for individuals to get involved with the festival, and are offering a free ticket, plus various incentives to help out on the day. There are several roles available, different shifts, and if there is a particular band/artist you would like to see they will even work out a shift to suit you.

Opportunities are now live on the Bristol Event Volunteer website – but places are going fast. If you are interested in getting involved, gaining free entry to the festival and acquiring invaluable live events experience, please apply now.

Production Assistants/Runners
Stage Assistants
Site Crew
Décor team (and décor Manager)
BBC Events Assistant
Social Media
Demo Tent Assistant
Taste Tent
Walkabout Artists/performers

About you
The roles would suit anyone proactive, approachable and comfortable liaising with the public. Event students welcome, and anyone passionate about music and food festivals.

A T-shirt
BBQ Food
Free entry ticket to the festival (weekend pass)
Performers get a free pass plus 3 extra tickets for friends.
Huge amounts of fun.
References for good work

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